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Testseek.com have collected 42 expert reviews of the Sharp LC-32LE700UN and the average rating is 75%. Scroll down and see all reviews for Sharp LC-32LE700UN.
 
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The editors liked

  • Affordable. Solid color and contrast-ratio performance. Strong feature set. Energy efficient.
  • Inexpensive for an LCD with LED backlighting
  • Extremely energy efficient
  • Effective video processing that can separate antiblur and dejudder functions
  • Intriguing selection of interactive widgets
  • Superb built-in support including live help with remote...
  • LED backlight
  • 120Hz refresh rate
  • Good black performance
  • Four HDMI inputs
  • The 40LE700E’s price is attractive for a TV using direct LED technology and boasting 100Hz processing. The set’s design is easy on the eye when you’re looking right at it
  • Too
  • By far the most lovable thing about the 40LE700E
  • Though
  • I...

The editors didn't like

  • Colors become less saturated at wider viewing angles. Some deinterlacing issues. Low peak brightness for an LED set.
  • Black levels not as deep as LED and some non-LED-based LCDs
  • Less-accurate grayscale
  • Glossy screen reflects ambient light
  • Minor backlight uniformity issues.
  • No network connection
  • Doesn't use a local-dimming backlight
  • Obnoxious branding on the front bezel
  • This one’s easy
  • The set’s motion handling problems hang over the 40LE700E’s otherwise often glorious pictures like a brooding rain cloud in an otherwise clear sky
  • The amount of motion blur on show
  • Even with the 100Hz engine engaged...

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  Published: 2010-04-02, review by: televisioninfo.com

  • The Sharp LC-40LE700UN is certainly not a headline-maker of a TV, but we found lots of reasons that it should be given some consideration if you're shopping for a moderately-sized unit. It performed well in most of our tests, and its special features...

 
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  Published: 2010-03-12, review by: evergeek.com

  • Abstract:  A quality LCD TV in and of itself, the Sharp Aquos LE700 Series LCD TV incorporates a powerful LED back light array to boost brightness and, more importantly, contrast. Net result: superior visuals at conventional costs (read: not cheap, but not lousy,...

 
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  Published: 2010-02-03, review by: pricemo.com

  • The 40LE700E’s price is attractive for a TV using direct LED technology and boasting 100Hz processing. The set’s design is easy on the eye when you’re looking right at it, too, By far the most lovable thing about the 40LE700E, though, i...
  • This one’s easy: the set’s motion handling problems hang over the 40LE700E’s otherwise often glorious pictures like a brooding rain cloud in an otherwise clear sky, The amount of motion blur on show, even with the 100Hz engine engaged...
  • In the end, the Sharp 40LE700E spends more time looking pretty damn good than it does looking blurry and disappointing, so it’s certainly worth hunting down for an audition, especially if you can find it for a knock-down price on some website or oth...

 
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  Published: 2010-01-26, review by: televisions.com

  • Abstract:  The Sharp’s biggest plus point could well be its affordable retail price — just 1,100 GBP! User-friendly operation and low power consumption add to the list of positives, making the Sharp an excellent everyday TV. For more advanced home-cinema tasks, however, this Japanese..

 
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  Published: 2010-01-04, review by: Digitaltrends.com

  • LED backlight, 120Hz refresh rate, Good black performance, Four HDMI inputs
  • No network connection, Doesn't use a local-dimming backlight, Obnoxious branding on the front bezel
  • The Sharp Aquos LC-32LE700UN is a solid product and a major step up from most any older CFL-backlit LCD TV, but the competition in this price range is heated these days....

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  Published: 2010-01-01, Author: Rob , review by: soundandvision.com

  • Abstract:  About a year ago, I reviewed Sharp’s first LED-backlit LCD HDTV, the LC-52-XS1U, a slick $12,000 special-edition set with a stunning stainless-steel rimmed screen that delivered some of the deepest blacks I’d seen on a flat-panel TV, although a few other...

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  Published: 2009-11-16, review by: pcmag.com

  • Affordable. Solid color and contrast-ratio performance. Strong feature set. Energy efficient.
  • Colors become less saturated at wider viewing angles. Some deinterlacing issues. Low peak brightness for an LED set.
  • The affordable, 40-inch Sharp Aquos LC-40LE700UN produces a solid HD picture, offers plenty of connectivity ports and cool Web features, and thanks to LED backlighting, it's energy efficient too....

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  Published: 2009-10-16, Author: David , review by: cnet.com

  • Inexpensive for an LCD with LED backlighting; extremely energy efficient; effective video processing that can separate antiblur and dejudder functions; intriguing selection of interactive widgets; superb built-in support including live help with remote...
  • Black levels not as deep as LED and some non-LED-based LCDs; less-accurate grayscale; glossy screen reflects ambient light; minor backlight uniformity issues.
  • The Sharp LC-LE700UN's LED backlighting doesn't elevate its picture quality beyond the LCD norm, but does help make it the most efficient TV we've ever tested. Read full review See all prices

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  Published: 2009-10-01, review by: hdtvsolutions.com

  • The Sharp AQUOS LC-40E700UN heralds a new era of LED backlit LCDs that produce a big bright image while being lightweight and eco-friendly....

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  Published: 2011-02-02, review by: novo.press

  • Abstract:  Suave Kajko and Neil UnderwoodChoosing a flat panel LCD TV has recently gotten a little more complicated – for those who care about performance anyway. Since LCD TVs were first introduced, manufacturers have strived to achieve the same level of perform...

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